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Your personal credit report contains details about your financial behavior and identification information. This user-friendly report is sometimes called a credit file or a credit history. Experian® collects and organizes data about your credit history from your creditor’s and public records. We make your credit report available to current and prospective creditors, employers and others as permitted by law, which may speed up your ability to get credit. Getting a copy of your credit report makes it easy for you to understand what lenders see when they check your credit history.

Under federal law you are entitled to a copy of your credit report every twelve months. To obtain a free credit report go to www.annualcreditreport.com. There, you can get your credit report from all three credit reporting agencies — Experian, Equifax and TransUnion — once every 12 months.

If you have been turned down for credit, employment or insurance you may qualify for a free report. Contact the company that denied you service and request the name and contact information of the credit bureau from whom they obtained your information. You can then contact this credit bureau within 60 days using the information provided to obtain your free credit report.

If you are not eligible for the aforementioned free options, then you can purchase a credit report at anytime.

For daily monitoring of your credit report from each of the three credit reporting agencies, use Experian Credit TrackerSM from Experian. This service makes your personal credit report available online 24-7. You have peace of mind from knowing that your Experian, Equifax and TransUnion credit records are being monitored daily. If any irregular account activity is detected, we’ll email you promptly.

In general, creditors forward information to the credit reporting agencies monthly. The day of the month that each individual creditor sends updates varies. In other words, we might receive an update from creditor A on the first of every month and from creditor B on the 11th of every month, etc. This is why it’s important to have access to your credit report every day.

A credit score is a number calculated using information from your credit history. The credit history information comes from credit reporting agencies. Credit scores represents your creditworthiness and indicate the likelihood that you will repay a debt as agreed. They are widely used by lenders. If you have car insurance, a loan or credit cards, the preimums you are paying and your interest rate may be determined in part by your credit scores.

Credit scores are numbers lenders use to help them decide how likely it is that they will be repaid on time if they give you a loan or a credit card. Credit scores also are called risk scores because they help lenders assess the risk that you won’t be able to repay the debt as agreed. Your scores are generated by statistical models using elements from your credit report. However, a credit scores are not stored as part of your credit history. Rather, scores are generated at the time a lender requests your credit report and are delivered with the report.

www.experian.com provides helpful information on how to raise your credit score:

  • • Suggestions to improve your credit score
  • • Using secured credit cards to improve your credit history
  • • Hiring a credit repair service
  • • Learning how to protect or restore your good credit in events such as marriage, divorce or a spouse’s death

Receive your combined credit reports and scores from Experian, Equifax and TransUnion by clicking on the link below.